1. Undertake Protection monitoring activities; Conduct interviews and FGD’s in the field. Monitor, analyze and provide reports on the protection conditions for IDPs and other persons of concerns.
2. Identify protection gaps and interventions.
3. Organize/actively participate in the Regional and State Protection Working Group and other relevant meetings; Draft minutes, convene meetings and support the inter-agency ‘collaborative response’ in coordination with UN agencies and NGOs.
4. Organize/facilitate relevant protection training activities: Organize workshops for government officials, local/Community and leaders as well as for staff and partners in order to build their capacity and encourage affective protection networks.
5. Advocate with the government and other actors to take appropriate measure to remedy violations and address the protection concerns facing the returnees and IDP’s. Liaise with relevant line ministries and commissions in order to foster partnerships and encourage national interest and ownership in protection of IDP’s, returnees and other persons of concern.
6. Provide support, guidance and assistance to protection and field staff in all the field offices on protection priorities, issues and concerns.
7. Perform other duties as may be required.